Addington Capital, the investment and asset management property specialist, has sold two buildings in Sheffield.
Wellington House (Wellington Street), which comprises 12 flats and a ground floor retail unit measuring 3,000 sq ft, was sold to Code Students for £1.8m.
Rotherham Central, a mixed-use retail and residential development, has been sold in a deal worth £4m.
It is likely that more development more sites in the UK, especially in London, will have mixed residential and industrial uses, according to a new outlook analysis report.
Property company RO Group has completed the sale of a multi-let office and retail building in Hull, to Augustus House Limited, for £1,073,000.
Coventry’s former Co-Op building is proving to be a hit with buyers with more than half the apartments already sold.
A £350m city centre development for Leeds has received the green light after getting the green light on the final stage of approvals.
A 90,000 sq ft mixed-use building in Chesterfield is set for a widescale refurbishment after a deal described as “the single largest transaction in Chesterfield town centre for many years”.
Savills, acting jointly with Paradigm Property Consultants, the development managers of Reach PLC, have sold the forward funding and mixed-use redevelopment of the landmark Liverpool Echo Building to Dubai-based investor, Select Group.
Panther Securities has completed the sale of its mixed-use Holloway Head site in Birmingham for £11.3m in an off-market deal.
Derby’s biggest development site, on land once occupied by Derby Royal Infirmary, has been bought by a special purpose vehicle (SPV) company called Nightingale Derbyshire Limited.
St Modwen has sold a 1.4m sq ft mixed-use portfolio to property investor Hansteen for £53.7m.
Property investor Custodian REIT has bought an £11.5m portfolio dominated by large industrial unit in Wolverhampton.
The multi-million-pound redevelopment of Stockport’s bus station looks set to go ahead after the scheme was approved by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority.
Developer Waystone has been given the green light to start work on a controversial mixed-use scheme in Derbyshire.
Gary Neville’s £200m plans for a major scheme in Manchester city centre have been given the green light by the Government.
The 350-acre former Ironbridge coal-fired power station in Shropshire is set for a major transformation after being acquired by South Yorkshire property specialist Harworth Group.
Acting on behalf of UK Mills, the national specialists market team at CBRE in Manchester has been appointed to dispose of the 45,000 sq ft former mill in Galgate, Lancaster for offers in excess of £2.6M.
A prominent mixed-use building in Nottingham city centre has been sold in a deal brokered by NG Chartered Surveyors.
Acting on behalf of Project Ferry (No.2), Jonathon Seddon, director at NG, has sold the 6,015 sq ft Granby House on Friar Lane to Brooklyn (WS) Ltd.
Developer Cole Waterhouse and international property investment firm IP Global are launching their £68m mixed-use apartment development No. 1 Old Trafford to investors across the globe.
Bolton developer Forshaw Land and Property Group is set to begin work on a £35m landmark Salford building.
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